Mitt Romney is not running against Barack Hussein Obama.
Governor Romney is running against a liberal media complex — Orwell’s “Ministry of Truth” — and Barack Hussein Obama.
Liberal journalists are not journalists. They are Democrat campaign workers. In domestic policy the media are advocates for the grim European welfare state. In foreign policy, liberal journalists are appeasers, anxious to shrink America’s military power and allow imperialist Islam — see under: Egypt, Libya, Syria, Tunisia, etc. — to have its way.
Such are the intellectual fruits of multiculturalism and moral equivalence.
Democrat pollster Pat Caddell delivered a scathing critique of the mainstream liberal media to Accuracy In Media, in which he labeled the current professional mode of liberal reporters as an “enemy of the American people.”
For those who pay attention, Caddell’s analysis is hardly original or a shock. But that this simple truth comes from an orthodox Democrat gives it a measure of credibility that would not be found when the same message is delivered by, oh, say, Seraphic Secret.
The press’s job is to stand in the ramparts and protect the liberty and freedom of all of us from a government and from organized governmental power. When they desert those ramparts and go to serve—to decide that they will now become an active participants—when they decide that their job is not simply to tell you who you may vote for, and who you may not, but, worse—and this is the danger of the last two weeks—what truth that you may know, as an American, and what truth you are not allowed to know, they have, then, made themselves a fundamental threat to the democracy, and, in my opinion, made themselves the enemy of the American people. And it is a threat to the very future of this country if…we allow this stuff to go on, and…we’ve crossed a whole new and frightening slide on the slippery slope this last two weeks, and it needs to be talked about.
You can watch Caddell’s entire talk, “The Audacity of Corruption,” here, with full transcript. It is riveting and sobering.